in (someone or something's) name

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in (someone or something's) name

1. Based on the authority of someone or something. We proclaim these things in God's name. In King John's name, I command you to halt.
2. With someone or something as a basis, reason, or motivation. They're releasing the documents in transparency's name, but I don't think anyone is really interested in them. How many people have been killed in religion's name?
3. Belonging to someone. According to the deed, this property is still in your father's name.
See also: name

in someone's name

 
1. in someone's ownership; as someone's property. The house is in my name. I own all of it. The car is in our names.
2. Go to in behalf of someone.
See also: name